Personal Statements, Resumes, and Letters of Recommendation / Re: LSAC Misconduct for Letter of Recommendation« on: February 24, 2009, 07:48:46 AM »
OK everybody. I have one question for each future attorney whpo has posted here: "How would you defend Nola?"
Let's have strategy talk if you care to engage me. Forget your own morals, lawyers have to disregard that. First rule of a lawyer: what we think or know really doesn't matter; it's what we can prove that counts.
so...I've posed the question. What can you prove? What would you attempt to prove, and why?
How would you defend the OP if he were your client?
Would you make a quid pro quo with the LSAC...no law school attendance for five years, withdraw all applications...LSAC no irregularities report. Would you file a temporary injunction and sue to have the LSAC drop its investigation? I don't even know if that can be done. Would you put a gun to the boss's head and tell him to go to bat for his protege? Or would you tell OP to throw himself on the mercy of the LSAC?
What would you do? Let's have some ideas.